Excélsior TV

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Excélsior TV
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Launched September 2, 2013
Owned by Grupo Imagen
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Slogan Noticias que dicen más (News that Says More)
Country Mexico
Language Spanish
Broadcast area Worldwide
Website www.excelsior.com.mx/tv
Availability
Terrestrial
Imagen Televisión (Mexico) 3.4 (See transmitter list)
XHTRES-TDT (Mexico City) Channel 28.1
Satellite
SKY México 162
Cable
Available on most cable providers Check local listings for channels

Excélsior TV is a Mexican cable news channel owned by Grupo Imagen. It is named for Imagen's Excélsior newspaper and also uses the resources of Grupo Imagen's radio stations and its Imagen Televisión national network.

History[edit]

Excélsior TV was launched on September 2, 2013. In addition to cable carriage, it was placed on the 27.2 subchannel of XHTRES-TDT, Imagen's existing Mexico City TV station.

When Imagen shut down cadenatres in October 2015, Excélsior TV moved from 27.2 to 27.1. Coinciding with the move was a general relaunch of the channel and the migration of the cadenatres news personalities to Excélsior TV.

In October 2017, Imagen began transmission of Excélsior TV on 38 Imagen Televisión transmitters, as subchannel 3.4.[1]

Programming[edit]

Excélsior TV broadcasts news and discussion programming and fills off hours with infomercials.

Broadcast transmitters[edit]

Excélsior TV is carried on its own TV station, XHTRES-TDT, in the Mexico City area. Outside of Mexico City, broadcast coverage is supplied through the Imagen Televisión transmitter network.

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